Facilitators: Joaquin Muñoz with Heather Scott
Through questions and answers, small-group dialogue and activity, and exploring ways to turn concepts into practice, participants will have the opportunity to increase racial literacy, engage in community, and set personal goals for their teaching and/or administrative and board work.
In the words of Audre Lorde: “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” The goal of this workshop is to explore the complexity of our individual identities- or intersectionality- and how this informs our experiences as community members. This lens is useful when considering the relationships we form among ourselves as teachers, caregivers, parents, mentors and board members. Participants will learn concepts related to social identities, systems of privilege and power, bias and tools for bringing balance to social contexts.
Attendance at any 2020-21 or 2021-22 presentation of Calling It Like It Is: Uncovering and Dismantling Racism in the Waldorf Movement is a pre-requisite for attending this follow-up series.
Information, and to register: Visit this page.